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US hot on trademark

The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) says Cambodia, as a World Trade Organization

member, needs to toughen its trademark infringement laws. Keo Remy, deputy chief

of a parliamentary committee overseeing financial and economic matters, said the

USPTO had met with the committee urging Cambodia to create more laws to safeguard

the commercial environment and especially trademark problems, according to DPA. Remy

told the USPTO that, although trademark violations such as pirated CDs were a problem,

Cambodia was a transit point rather than a major producer of goods violating trademark

laws.

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